I have a list of favourite bra bloggers as long as my arm, but Butterly Collection’s is by far one of my favourites. With such a positive message coming out of every post and a wealth of information, I always make sure I stop by and follow her Twitter like a hawk! I’ve been following Claire Dumican (now Syrenne!) and her store Butterfly Collection for a while now and actually interviewed her back in October 2011. It’s been great to see her business grow since then and I always forward Canadian readers her way as I know they’ll be in good hands!
Next up in today’s Follow Fridays interview series is the delightful June from Braless in Brasil – one of my go-to blogs for bra problem solving, in-depth information and intellectual opinions on the world of bras – yes, there really is such a thing. June’s blog really is wealth of information. Each of her posts are jam-packed full of text, but it’s always well worth reading and I always learn something every time I stop by. Plus, June is currently pregnant so her recent extra twist of maternity information is really worth checking out if you’re expecting.
After a very lengthy admission to the lovely Claire of Butterfly collection on Facebook yesterday, it got me thinking about my lingerie ‘hoard’. Some people just LOVE shoes, or handbags, computer games, movies, books or clothes. For me, it’s lingerie. It has been that way for years. I’m just one of those people – sure, I like a nice dress or fancy make-up like the next girl, but nothing beats the feeling of a new set of lingerie. Surely I’m not alone?
This post doubles up as my entry to Undercover Lingerista’s bloggiversary competition, as well as a last minute reminder for those who are yet to enter. There is a huge pool of prizes and you only have until midnight tonight, so get typing! I’ve picked the Panache Cleo ‘George’ as the bra that changed my life for two reasons.
This is a post I’ve been wanting to write for a long time as I feel responsible for a lot of women and my readers as (like with most blogs) I will no doubt be an influence to people’s purchases and bra habits – after all – a lot of my traffic comes from women seeking bra reviews. So, I think it would be best and entirely fitting for you to know a little more about me and about my blogging journey (without going through hundreds of posts to get a feel for who I am and what Invest In Your Chest is all about!).